Leroy Merlin wanted to go one step further. We wanted to move from our traditional way of making product, designing with our designers team and going one step further in a collaborative way. In this case, we decided to contact the Mimetrica team to see how we could do that collaboration. They have the platform, the Multifab platform, where each designer, different designers, with different cultures, could upload their product. First at all is to understand everything that Leroy Merlin knows what the customer wants what the customer is searching, information which from the world of design don´t have, we don’t know so much about it. Light has an effect on the human being that is able to take you to a different state, It can relax you, it can focused you, and also it can hurt you. So we wanted to play on this topic. My part, to defend the functionality for the client and on the other hand the design that maintained that essence, that spirit. We did a lot of versions, then we had to adjust by colors, and other things, because at first a creative mind proposes an explosion of ideas and then we have to do some rationalizing. But they were telling us, in the end the customer really maybe looking for something more neutral Because of course, you have a furnished house and you need lighting but it’s not that you put the lamp first and then the furniture. Then it must be something more neutral than what we proposed from the beginning. For us, good design is what gets you to take care of that object and not discard it because you have tired of its peculiarity. The next steps is a look to continue collaborating with more designers, what we want is to enrich our collections and enrich our product If we go to a wide range of people, Why don’t we be able to work with a lot of people who enrich the product? We don’t want to stick to just one way of working we want to make it much more open Today is the collection of lamps, but tomorrow it can be watches, it can be tables it can be any other product of our categories that we can develop. and why not? Who won’t want to be a designer for a day for the Leroy Merlin team?